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Handmade eclairs at Fauchon, Paris

Confit or not to be? France’s fight against fake food

French restaurateurs are up in arms about kitchens churning out sub-par meals. Legislators are keen to enforce transparency, but Rita Lobo finds some chefs are happy to hide their ingredients’ origin

Tourism de France

After countless rejected bids, hosting the Grand Depart of the world’s most prolific bike race is a great honour for Corsica – even more so in its centennial year


The Eiffel Tower may be the most iconic symbol of a country famed for its fine dining and sophisticated culture, but while Paris may be world-renowned there is far more to France than that. There are over twenty world heritage sites, the world’s best vineyards, an array of medieval forts and cathedrals, not to mention […]

The art effect

The art effect

While often underestimated, the power that public art holds to transform our connection to a space makes it uniquely valuable

Harpa Concert Hall lights up conference scene

Harpa Concert Hall lights up conference scene

Located amid Iceland’s stunning natural attractions, Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre has transformed the international conference experience


Enjoying a unique blend of Basque, French and Spanish cultures, the town of Biarritz is swiftly rising through the ranks of Europe’s hottest conference destinations

Formula E’s power play

An all-electric motorsport series has done what Formula 1 couldn’t and brought open-wheel racing to the heart of the world’s major cities

Haiti experiences a tourism revival

Haiti’s history is one of both greatness and tragedy. Now known as the poorest country in the western hemisphere, the state is looking to tourism for a second chance

The secret to successful hotel rebranding

Rebranding a hotel group is no small feat, but with a clear strategy and a commitment to changing client needs, the results can be outstanding. Business Destinations spoke to Rupert Simoner about recent changes to the Vienna House group

AccorHotels buys onefinestay for $170m

Europe’s biggest hotel group has entered the sharing economy with the purchase of onefinestay